Danny Wilson expects a close encounter at Coventry City in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday night.
The winners of the clash at the Ricoh Arena will take their place in the northern-area semi-finals and Wilson appreciates nothing can be taken for granted against the in-form Sky Blues:
"It will be a tough game but it won't be the same team we faced in August. Their personnel has changed drastically and their fortunes have taken a turn for the better.
"It will be very difficult, I expect Mark (Robins) to use the game like we are and ultimately they will want to keep their excellent run going.
"It is two really big clubs and the Ricoh Arena is a terrific place to go and play your football. We know we are capable of going anywhere and getting a positive result, but we know Coventry will take the game seriously.
"I have pitted my wits against Mark a few times in the past and his record suggests he is a very capable manager."